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Unaccompanied children from Greek refugee camps heading to Finland in July

A group of 25 unaccompanied children will be relocated to Finland next month from refugee camps in Greece, the first of around 175 children...

Woman remanded in custody in Iraq ‘faked death’ case

A 23-year old woman was remanded in custody on Friday at the Western Uusimaa District Court, in connection with the case of an Iraqi...

Police probe possible forged death certificate of Iraqi man in European...

The National Bureau of Investigation says it is looking at whether a death certificate for an Iraqi man was forged, and that he might...

Finland to take in 175 child refugees and single-parent families

The Finnish government says it's agreed to take in up to 175 primary school-aged children and single parent families from overcrowded refugee camps in...

Study: Successful integration not just down to one factor

A new study published by the Ministry of Economy Affairs and Employment finds that just having a job on its own is not a...

Migri: Surge in Iraqi citizenship applications and ‘Brexit refugees’

The latest figures released by the Finnish Immigration Service Migri on Monday show a rise in the number of Iraqis applying for citizenship; an...

Migri will review 500 negative asylum decisions

The Finnish Immigration Service Migri says it will review 500 rejected asylum applications in the light of a recent European Court of Human Rights...

Helsinki Police confirm no Iraq deportations after Human Rights Court ruling

Helsinki Police say they won't be sending Iraqis whose asylum applications have been rejected, back to their home country. It comes after the European Court...

Asylum applications in Finland set to fall for fourth year in...

The number of people applying for asylum in Finland has fallen for the fourth year in a row. It's a further indication that while there...

Maria Ohisalo interview: “It’s the job of the opposition to criticise...

Since Maria Ohisalo took up her ministerial post five months ago, she's been a constant target for her political opponents and certain sectors of the Finnish...